Ankur Thakur

Rookie (13-10-1994 / Samastipur & New Delhi)

Love You Fell Down In My Eyes


You had to go,
One day!
This I had predicted,
On our very first day!

Today like an unexpected guest,
You just left,
But what was the use,
To abuse,
We could have sorted out things,
Cooly, patiently,
Without the third person knowing,
What all happened between us...

If leaving me was your final wish,
Then mightiest in this world would also,
Fail to change your feelings for it...
Then who was I to alter.
You could have politely said,
Whatever you wanted,
What was the use to abuse,
Even if you always took me for granted...

This world is big,
Yet a very small-small place.
After what you did,
Tell me,
Will you ever have the guts,
To look directly in my eyes,
For the rest of your long-lived life...

Submitted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
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